Unit 17 Test: ActionScript 2

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1. In order to be able to begin to program with ActionScript, it is necessary to know it in details .

a) True.

b) False.

2. All codes related with the ActionScript code are made from the Panel Actions.

a) True.

b) False.

3. Due to that Flash MX 2004 has eliminated the Normal Way of script programming, now we can only program manually, without the help of the functions that Flash offered in its previous version.
a) True.

b) False.

4. Flash makes available to us an enormous number of Actions, predefined properties and methods, that make the programming with ActionScript in a fast and comfortable work.

a) True.

b) False.

5. Which of these Actions would never have any effect?

a) gotoAndPlay(15);

b) goto(15);

c) Play();

d) gotoAndPlay("Frame15");

6. Suppose that we have 15 frames with different contents and only frame 1 contains ActionScript code. What will happen if the existing code in frame 1 is the following one?

gotoAndPlay(15);

goto("ae"2313"asd");

Note: We know that the code of the second line is ERRONEOUS and that Flash MX 2004 is going to detect that error.

a) The movie will go directly from the frame 1 to the 15 (as "gotoAndPlay(15)" action indicates ignoring the second code line, because it contains an error.

b) The movie will be stopped in the frame 1, because after finding an error in this frame it will not allow the movie to go on.

c) The movie will ignore all the existing code in the frame 1 (by having an error) and it will pass from the frame 1 to the 2, soon to the 3 and so on successively...




   

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